Pierce 'clear, coherent, consistent'
NEW YORK -- New York Giants linebacker Antonio Pierce finished two days of testimony Friday before a grand jury investigating a gun charge against former teammate Plaxico Burress.
Pierce emerged from a Manhattan courthouse after about two hours of testimony and did not speak to reporters. His attorney, Michael Bachner, said the grand jury asked Pierce a lot of questions and that his statements were "clear, coherent and consistent."
Pierce was with Burress at a Manhattan nightclub ...
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